We study a certain cycle map defined on finite dimensional modules for the W-algebra with regular integral central character. Via comparison with the theory in postive characteristic, we show that this map injects into the top Borel-Moore homology group of a Springer fibre. This is the first result in a larger program to completely desribe the finite dimensional modules for the W algebras. Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1009.2456v3
We give a description of certain categories of equivariant coherent sheaves on Grothendieck's resolution in terms of the categorical affine Hecke algebra of Soergel. As an application, we deduce a relationship of these coherent sheaf categories to the categories of perverse sheaves considered in the work of Bezrukavnikov-Yun, generalizing results of Arkhipov-Bezrukavnikov. In addition, we deduce that the weak braid group action on sheaves of Riche and Bezrukavnikov-Riche can be upgraded to a... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1108.4028v1
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byChristopher Dodd; Andrew Marks; Victor Meyerson; Ben Richert
We give conditions for determining the extremal behavior for the (graded) Betti numbers of squarefree monomial ideals. For the case of non-unique minima, we give several conditions which we use to produce infinite families, exponentially growing with dimension, of Hilbert functions which have no smallest (graded) Betti numbers among squarefree monomial ideals and all ideals. For the case of unique minima, we give two families of Hilbert functions, one with exponential and one with linear growth... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0604479v2